Globalization & the New World Order

Three decades ago, towards the end of the Cold War, the term "New World Order" first appeared. Today, after the fall of the Soviet Union, communist ideas continue to steer current events. Even post-Cold War, communism (and its sibling socialism) has been a central force in today's long march towards globalist consolidation of power. Its long-sought goal is arguably the installation of a transnational, unelected one-world government, a scaled-up version of the European Union. How did communism become such a pervasive economic and political philosophy? Why, of all places, did it first take root in early 20th-century Russia? Significantly, how did this worldview become today's cultural Marxism?

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